Minimum of 1,500 Hours total time - this should include a minimum of 1,000 hours in a multi-engine aircraft, 500 hours multi-engine Pilot-In-Command and 100 hours in a jet powered aircraft
Flight training from a FAR Part 141 school preferred
Four-year degree in aerospace science or math from an accredited College or University. Other major fields of study will be considered on a case by case basis.
Commercial Pilot certificate, ATP preferred
Pilot/SIC reports directly to the Chief Pilot
Reports to the PIC for any scheduled trip
Responsible for the exterior preflight, onboard supplies status, selection of appropriate navigation charts, and refueling operations unless assigned otherwise by the PIC.
Will conduct all flight operations including pre-departure briefing and post flight de-briefing utilizing Standard Management Procedures (SMP’s) outlined in the Cockpit Management Resources “Quantum Pro” or equivalent Management System...